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Drop into No34 between 11am to 2pm and take a trip down memory lane, examining Sittingbourne’s past and present.Find out more »
Get Creative is a campaign to celebrate and support the everyday creativity happening in homes and public spaces. From guerrilla gardening in your street to paint by numbers in your local library, via nail art, yarn bombing and singing in a choir Get Creative are building an actively creative UK that caters for everyone of every age, background and ability. The second national Get Creative Weekend is being held on 7-9 April 2017 and we want to show you what Swale & Medway…Find out more »
Mike Snarr brings an exhibition his evocative black and white photographs documenting the people, costumes, dances, and traditions embraced by the May Sweeps’ Festival.Find out more »
Taken over 10 days travelling with 10 women on The Matriarch Adventure: Cassandra’s images share the vastness and detail of her journey through the Namibian wilderness.Find out more »
W.O.W is Wearable Object Workshop with artist Nicole Mollett on Saturday 12 August, between 11am-2pm. Nicole will be using Ted Hannaford's Guinness World Record Breaking French Knitting, and other materials to create quick and colourful wearable sculptures to pose with in our 'Dada Photo Booth'.Find out more »
Learn how to take amazing photographs with your phone!Find out more »
PhotoBook Club is a local forum to discuss influential and inspiring photography books.
Anyone with an interest in photography and books is welcome!
Talent Match South East has been working in collaboration with Ideas Test and Benjamin Film Photography to deliver a 6-week photographic project in Swale. These photographs, taken by young people, are being shown in a special one-day exhibition at No.34 on Tuesday 19th June between 11am and 4pm. The project was for those who had been out of work for 12 months or more, to give them to opportunity to learn photography skills and meet new people. Through photographing the local environment and…Find out more »
People Places Portraits – Creative People and Places Portrait Exhibition by Stephen King & Sarah Butler
A photographic celebration of peoples’ connections to the places where they live.Find out more »